L2 Uptown Apartments are located in the desirable Uptown District next to Downtown Dallas. Here are some places to check out near our Uptown Dallas apartments.
Live Performance & Sports Venues
American Airlines Center is a multiuse complex that hosts sporting and live entertainment events. Home to NBA’s Mavericks and NHL’s Stars, AAC can transform into a 20,000-seat basketball arena or a 18,500-seat hockey rink. AAC also puts on concerts from national and international acts. In 2015, AAC was named 5th busiest arena in the United States by Billboard Magazine.
Acting as the main attraction of the Dallas Arts District, AT&T Performing Arts Center covers 10 acres and includes the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, Annette Strauss Square, and Elaine D. and Charles A. Sammons Park. At AT&T PAC, the audience can enjoy indoor or even outdoor opera, concert, and play performances.
Originally built as a vaudeville theatre in 1921, Majestic Theatre now promotes national performing arts events, concerts, and comedy shows. This historic venue is best known for its intimate setting and beautifully preserved Spanish baroque architecture.
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science offers hands-on learning about many different branches of science in the context of conservation. Explore five floors of exhibits that include state-of-the-art video, 3D computer animation, and educational games.
Dallas Museum of Art displays more than 24,000 works of art spanning 5,000 years. DMA features international artwork in a variety of mediums from places like Latin America, the Pacific Islands, Asia, Africa, and Europe, to name only a few.
Learn more about local history at Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & Culture. Located in the historic Old Red Courthouse, this museum focuses on educating visitors about the cultural, economic, political, and social history of the Dallas County Area through historical artifacts, exhibits, interactive touch screen computers, an educational learning center, and four mini theatres.
There are plenty of points of interest that make for great photo opportunities. The John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza sits one block east of Dealey Plaza between Main and Commerce streets. This landmark commemorates JFK’s legacy as president with an impressive memorial that features a square, roofless room, 30 feet high and 50 by 50 feet wide, with walls with narrow openings. Pioneer Plaza is a public park that includes large bronze statues of cowboys herding longhorn cattle, perfectly posed for pictures. The Reunion Tower will let you have an amazing 360 degrees of skyline views of Downtown Dallas.
Our Uptown Dallas apartments bring residents close to all the fun and excitement of Downtown Dallas. Schedule a visit to L2 Uptown Apartments and find your new home today!